Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Mulgrew & Abels: Research Handbook on the International Penal System

Róisín Mulgrew (Univ. of Nottingham - Law) & Denis Abels (Univ. of Amsterdam - Law) have published Research Handbook on the International Penal System (Edward Elgar Publishing 2016). Contents include:
  • Jan Christoph Nemitz, The Legal Position of International Detainees: Applicable Law and Standards
  • Andrew Trotter, Provisional Release from International Remand Detention
  • Kai Ambos, Ius Puniendi and Individual Criminal Responsibility in International Criminal Law
  • Dirk Van Zyl Smit, Determinate and Indeterminate Sentences of Imprisonment in International Criminal Justice
  • Rebecca Young, Fines and Forfeiture in International Criminal Justice
  • Silvia D’Ascoli, International Sentencing: Law and Practice
  • Annika Jones, Judicial Cross-Referencing in the Sentencing Practice of International(ized) Criminal Courts and Tribunals
  • Harmen Van Der Wilt, The Transfer of the Execution of Sentences of the International Criminal Court in Light of Inter-State Practice
  • Olympia Bekou, Rule 11bis: Exploring the Penal Aspects of Transferring Cases to National Courts by the Ad Hoc Tribunals
  • Göran Sluiter, State Cooperation in the Enforcement of Sentences
  • Denis Abels, Limiting the Objectives of the Enforcement of International Punishment
  • Barbora Holá & Joris Van Wijk, Rehabilitating International Prisoners
  • Lorna McGregor, International Penal Law: Aligned with or Autonomous from International Human Rights Law?
  • Sonja Snacken & Nik Kiefer, Oversight of International Imprisonment: The Committee for the Prevention of Torture
  • Teresa Anne Doherty & Shireen Avis Fisher, Enforcement of Sentences and Oversight of Prisoners Convicted by the Special Court for Sierra Leone
  • Mark A. Drumbl, International Punishment from ‘Other’ Perspectives
  • Conor McCarthy, The International Criminal Court’s Regime of Victim Redress: Non-Punitive Responses to Crimes Under the Rome Statute
  • Margaret M. Penrose, Creating an International Prison
  • Róisín Mulgrew, The Costs of Suspicion: A Critical Analysis of the Compensation Scheme Established By Article 85(3) of the Rome Statute